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Ti 86 math problem

Hello, i am trying to do a binomial probavility distribution equasion. after entering my information in columbs x and y i press 2nd list and program, names, vinomi, enter. after this i am not getting the answer that should be numerous equasions showing probabilitys and mean and things of this sort but i am not. do you have any sugestions. if this web site is only for tech support pleas let me know and i will no longer bother you. if it is on how to use the calculator to do specif problems, thanks for the help. also if i could order an owners manual that woud be very helpful thank you, piper

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